The attack, executed with a military-style rifle purchased in Nevada, took place late on the last day of the 41st annual Gilroy Garlic Festival, a cherished Bay Area celebration of Gilroy’s status as the “Garlic Capital of the World.”
After the accident, the victim was transported to Stanford Hospital with a severe head injury. California Highway Patrol (CHP) has opened an investigation.
In the midst of stalled negotiations with Stanford Health Care over wages and workplace conditions, the Committee for Recognition of Nursing Achievement (CRONA) — the independent union representing nurses at Stanford Health Care and Packard Children’s Hospital — voted to authorize a strike on Wednesday, April 10.
This story contains references to students with thoughts of suicide and self-harm that may be troubling to some readers.
After Kelly Catlin’s personal coach recommended a campus sports psychiatrist, Stanford barred Kelly from seeing this doctor, according to her father and the coach, because the doctor is contracted to work with varsity athletes, and Kelly did not compete on a Stanford team.
A female nurse in her 70s suffered “serious injuries” following an attack by a patient in the psychiatric facility of the Stanford Hospital on March 12.
After colliding with a biker near the roundabout colloquially known as the “Circle of Death” on Monday morning, a female graduate student was taken to Stanford Hospital by paramedics to treat a potentially broken or dislocated arm, the Palo Alto police department confirmed to The Daily.
Though both Nur and the student indicated that the collision was an accident, she gave conflicting accounts of how it occurred. An investigation of the incident by the California Highway Patrol (CHP) is underway.